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Daily Archives: 19-October-2013
More Bugs in My Optics
I had another optical failure related to bug intrusion. I do not yet understand how the bugs do it, but somehow they increase my optical loss enormously. This particular optical node was not properly sealed and box elder bugs got … Continue reading
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Example of a Useful Histogram
Sometimes all it takes is to use a histogram maker to create a graph, for example, to help provide you the clue you need to solve a mystery. Currently, I am working on reducing the failure rate of Avalanche Photo-Diodes … Continue reading
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